Kellyanne (She/her/ hers) graduated with a dual master’s degree from Widener University in 2019. During her final year of her graduate career she worked as an intern at the Gender and Sexuality Development Clinic at CHOP. After graduating Kellyanne went on to working with the Gender and Sexuality Clinic as a Social Worker. Kellyanne has a passion and dedication for working with LGBTQIA+ folks. In her role at the Gender and Sexuality Development Clinic she works with patients from their first connection at the clinic throughout their journey at the clinic. Kellyanne can be found completing intakes and scheduling for both the PA and NJ clinics. She also works to connect folks to a variety of resources in the community. She has a special interest in working with complex youth and families systems and helps advocate and coordinate care as needed.
Education and Training
BA - Psychology with a concentration in clinical counseling, Washington College, Chestertown, MD
Masters of Education - Human Sexuality with a focus in Clinical Counseling, Widener University, Chester, PA
Masters of Social Work - Widener University, Chester, PA
Titles and Academic Titles
Clinic Social Worker
Departments and Services
Patient Experience Ratings
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